|Neal's Last Sermon - Neal Locke|
Neal Locke's last sermon at Faithbridge Presbyterian Church in Frisco, Texas before going off to Seminary. Preached on June 14th, 2008
Keywords: Sermon; Neal Locke; Faithbridge; Presbyterian; Top Ten
|Shine For You - Neal Locke|
Neal Locke's song he wrote for and about Faithbridge Presbyterian Church as perfored by Neal, The Faithbridge Praise Team and the Faithbridge Youth Band.
Keywords: Neal; Locke; Shine; Faithbridge; Youth
|Bildad: We Are of Yesterday - Neal Locke|
Based on Job 8, the speech of Bildad to Job. Part of a Folk musical rendition of the book of Job, which aims to give Job's friends the benefit of the doubt. Bildad argues that life is fleeting (we are of yesterday) and that true meaning can only be found in listening to the wisdom of our ancestors.
Keywords: Bildad; Job; Wisdom; Tradition; Generation; Bible; Folk Music
|Zophar: Wild Ass of a Man - Neal Locke|
Based on Job 11:1-20. This is Zophar's song -- the third of Job's friends to offer advice. The song is part of a folk musical rendition of the book of Job.
Keywords: Zophar; Job; Shaddai; Wisdom; folk music
|Eliphaz: I Would Still Seek God - Neal Locke|
Based on Job 4-5, the speech of Eliphaz to Job. Part of a Folk musical rendition of the book of Job, which aims to give Job's friends the benefit of the doubt. At any rate, Eliphaz has excellent theology.
Keywords: Eliphaz; Job; dream; Wisdom; folk music; friend; comfort; comforter
|Neals Amazing Grace - Neal Locke|
Neal Locke's Version of Amazing Grace as performed by the Faithbridge Presbyterian Praise Team
Keywords: Neal; Amazing; Grace; Faithbridge
|One Hundred - Neal Locke|
An short, upbeat instrumental song I wrote on a Roland Synthesizer the summer I turned 18 (in 1993).
Keywords: synthesizer; upbeat; techno; movie soundtrack
|Poorest Man - Neal Locke|
A collection of my favorite "soapboxes."
Keywords: folk music; rants; consumerism; religion
|A Simple Song to Help Stop the War - Neal Locke|
This song is either 40 years too late, or else right on time. My attempt at something in the folk-peace-protest genre.
Keywords: war; peace; folk music; America; Iraq; protest
|Man of God - Neal Locke|
A song and true story inspired by the life of Philip Lotspeich -- a pastor, a friend, and a true Man of God.
Keywords: Philip Lotspeich; folk song; Man of God; prophet; immigrant church; acoustic; Christian
|Forever (Instrumental Mix) - Neal Locke|
A synthesized orchestral arrangement of the Song "Forever" that I wrote for my high school girlfriend (who is now my wife) the summer between high school and college. Written and recorded on a Roland Synthesizer, but intended for a full orchestra ;-)
Keywords: synthesizer; movie soundtrack; french horn; epic
|Imperfect Love Song - Neal Locke|
An attempt to be "real" about love, relationships, and marriage.
Keywords: folk; love song; acoustic
|Golden Door - Neal Locke|
Original song by Neal Locke, based on real life experiences of the father of one of his former students, who crossed the border to start a new life.
Keywords: immigration; folk music; America; statue of liberty; mexican immigrants
|Why Can't You Be Like Me? - Neal Locke|
A tongue-in-cheek look at American culture and our intolerance of diversity.
Keywords: intolerance; bigotry; folk music; sarcasm; irony; diversity
|Come Thou Fount - Neal Locke, Tom Bozarth|
A simple rendition of one of my favorite hymns. Tom Bozarth adds a sweet piano track.
Keywords: Hymn; Fount; Ebeneezer; Folk Hymn